As you may have seen, the festival this year will take place over the weekend 10/11 October.
The Wandering Words project we’re involved in has appointed the experienced Mark C. Hewitt as its Project Manager.
The English Touring Opera are bringing Shackleton’s Cat to Strood Community Hall on Saturday, May 9 at 1.30pm.
Philip Kane is joining Unravel & Unwind at INTRA for a 5 week creative writing course.
Next month sees the first meet up for a new life writing group – where the focus will be on your own lives for inspiration.
The one day conference about stories and storytelling is back for the sixth year.
People across Kent had their favourite things included in a specially commissioned Wellbeing poem with the help of poet Dan Simpson.
The LitFest is once again delighted to be working in partnership with Ideas Test – the creative people and places project for Swale and Medway – in a new literary project called Wandering Words.
Higham Writers present a selection of amusing and spooky readings, surprising anecdotes, stories and sketches at Shorne Village Hall for their Ninth Annual Showcase.
An innovative new collaboration between Ideas Test, Swale CVS and ourselves is set to help teenagers in Swale boost their wellbeing.
The Travelling Talesman returns to Medway on the 1st November from 7:30pm, after his wonderfully successful appearance at the Good Intent this May. He will be telling dark tales of wizards and witches, spells and enchantment in the atmospheric Fort Amherst Gatehouse.
The Rochester Literature Festival is proud to present its second annual festival, Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know.
We’re delighted to be opening this year with an hilarious and heart-warming one woman show with actress Sunny Ormonde – the outrageous Lilian Bellamy from BBC Radio 4’s The Archers, the world’s longest running soap.